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10 June 2018

Meet the Makers: Stacey, Williams & Constantine

Join The Street Theatre Artistic Director Caroline Stacey in conversation with Diary of a Madman cast PJ Williams and Lily Constantine- a great opportunity to get inside the process of bringing the characters and story to life onstage. Free event, all welcome.

Bookings required- book online or call 6247 1223.

PJ WILLIAMS
PJ is an actor, director, lighting designer and freelance media professional who has lived in Canberra since 2002. PJ’s acting credits with The Street include: The Faithful Servant, The Chain Bridge, Breathing Corpses, The Give and Take and Without Prejudice.  Other work includes:  Late Night Catechism, and television appearances in Home & Away, All Saints, Always Greener, and Tricky Business. Directing credits include: Grimm & The Blue Crown Owl (ANU School of Music & The Street),  Lies, Love & Hitler and Lawrie & Shirley (The Street) , Lifting Lucy, Simon Says, and lighting design credits include Berlin, Three Nights at The Bleeding Heart, Blackbird, Albert Herring and The Home Front. He co-founded Impro Theatre ACT and has been a proud member of Actors Equity (MEAA) since 1989. In 2008 PJ received the MEAA Actors Equity award for Professional Practice. He is active in The Street’s Hive program as a workshop director, dramaturge and actor.

LILY CONSTANTINE
Having spent her childhood in the deserts of the Middle East, Lily moved to Melbourne for university followed by training at the Victorian College of the Arts. Upon graduating from the VCA Lily worked extensively across television, film and theatre in Melbourne before moving to Canberra where she is studying a Masters of Communications, working at the Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres. Lily’s television credits include Party Tricks and Offspring and she has appeared in films such as The King’s Daughter, Lights and Syriana. Her theatre credits include Phini in Future Loves Burning and The Saviour in Apocalypso both for the Melbourne Fringe Festival, Love and Other Acts of Theft for the Adelaide Fringe Festival, Josie in The Safe House and Jody in Hose for MKA as well as Betsheb in The Golden Age, Margaret in Three More Sleepless Nights and Miranda in The Tempest whilst at the VCA.

CAROLINE STACEY
Caroline is the Artistic Director/CEO of The Street Theatre, Canberra’s leading creative producer of contemporary theatre and live performance and the creative hub for professional and independent artists. In 2012 Caroline received the Canberra Artist of the Year Award for her outstanding contribution to theatre and the performing arts.
Caroline has an extensive career as a festival director leading Castlemaine State Festival for seven years and as a stage director of theatre and opera working for companies as diverse as West Australian Opera, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne International Arts Festival, Sydney Opera House, Queensland Music Festival, Victorian Opera, Canterbury Opera, Melbourne Opera, Saltpillar Theatre, and Downstage Theatre (NZ). Works directed for The Street include: The Weight of Light, Boys Will Be Boys, Cold Light, Constellations, The Chain Bridge, The Faithful Servant, MP, To Silence, The Give and Take, Where I End & You Begin, Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, Dido and Aeneas, Capital, Medea, The Jade Harp, Albert Herring, The Six Memos and From A Black Sky.

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FREE EVENT
MEET THE MAKERS: DIARY OF A MADMAN

Bookings required- book online or call 6247 1223.

SUNDAY 10TH JUNE, 6:30PM

STREET TWO | 45 MINUTES

15 Childers St,

City West ACT 2601

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Monday - Friday

10am - 1pm

 

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1.5 hours prior

to performance.

 

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